Adopt a cat

Fee: $80.00. All cats are spayed/neutered, have shots to date and have been tested for leukemia/FIV.

For more information, call 207-935-4358 or send a note to

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Weekend adoptions can take longer as we need to check references. Please bring vet records for your current pets. This can sometimes allow us to speed up the process for you. Adoptions are done on a first come, first served basis on APPROVED applications only. If you are considering adoption, it is suggested you have your application pre-approved so that there is no waiting period.

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Hi! My name is Pepper

Hello there! My name is Pepper and I am lovely 6.5 year old girl who was surrendered because my owner was unable to care for me. I can be shy, but warm up to people fairly quickly. I am very talkative for attention and could cuddle on your lap for hours on end! I have never lived with other animals and they might scare me, though I may be okay with another nice cat.

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Hi! My name is Petite

Petite is a young girl that came to us as a stray. She is very shy and needs a home that is very quiet and can give her some one on one attention.


Hi! My name is Princess

Princess and her sister, Mittens (gray), came into the shelter because their owner had to move and couldn’t take them along. They are both very sweet, but are adjusting right now to shelter life. They need a little time to come out of their shells

Hi! My name is Regina

Regina came to us from a home with a lot of cats. She can have a tough exterior, but is really just a big sweetie. She is adjusting well to being here at the shelter. Regina is okay with the other cats in her condo, but we are not sure about dogs. She is a lovely cat looking for a great home where she can have the love and attention she deserves.

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Hi! My name is Sable

Sable is a very sweet and quiet 14 y/o girl that was surrendered to the shelter. She is looking for a quiet home with a great place to curl up. She has come out of her shell since being able to roam around as she pleases. Start playing with her and you would think she was a kitten again! She loves attention and to be patted. Oh, and we can’t forget she loves treats!




Hi! My name is Sally

Sally came to us as a stray. When she first came in, Sally was hard to read. We now know that she is a sweet girl that likes other cats, and has enough confidence to live with a dog as well. Sally would, however, be nervous around small children because she doesn’t always want a lot of attention. She enjoys laying outside in her hammock and people watching as well as having some cuddle time with her roommate, Barbie.


Hi! My name is Scotty

Hello there! This stunning boy named Scotty came to us as a stray. He is a mellow, quiet, and young boy of about two years old and continues to come out of his shell everyday. Scotty was somewhat shy when he first arrived, but he is beginning to show that he is a super outgoing and loving cat. He is doing extremely well with the other cats in his condo, though it may take a while for him to warm up to a dog or young child. Scotty is looking for lots of snuggles and kisses and someone to sit close with him and possibly sleep with him every day!

Hi! My name is Simon

Simon came to us from a home with too many cats. He adjusted rather well to being here at the shelter and went from not being able to touch him to playing and being lovey.  He is good with other cats, but may be too nervous right now to live with young kids or dogs. Simon is still nervous when you approach him, but as soon as you start to play and pat him, his worries seem to drift away.

Hi! My name is Snowball

Snowball was transferred to us from another organization. She is the biggest purrer and loves to be patted! She would be okay with kids, cats, and respectful dogs. Snowball is an awesome cat that is looking for a nice warm bed and someone to love her unconditionally.


Hi! My name is Socks

Socks is a DSH gray and white female that was surrendered to the shelter with her brother, Blackie because their owner had to move into assisted living and could no longer care for them. She likes to be groomed and patted, but can be nervous when you first approach her. Socks hasn’t quite figured out shelter life yet, so she is still very nervous. She likes other cats, but would be very nervous around children or a hyper dog. Once you start to pat her she relaxes and you can see what a great cat she really is.

Hi! My name is Sweet Pea

This phenomenal cat is named Sweet Pea!!
Perhaps you remember the incredible, older dog named Bear we had here at the shelter? Bear (who has since been adopted) and Sweet Pea were found in an abandoned house, having survived on nothing but trash and whatever else they could find for an entire month.
Sweet Pea is the most grateful and the most adoring cat you may ever meet. She is so thankful to be around loving people and animals and wants nothing more, really, nothing, than to be close to you. She would make an amazing service or therapy animal.
What Sweet Pea wants to do is cuddle on your chest, kneading and purring up a storm, and stay there until she falls asleep.This cat cannot possibly receive enough contact and love and kisses. She is insatiable in the very best way!!
We adore this girl and hope for her to find the very best home, as she and all the other animals here deserve.
Sweet Pea is as healthy as can be (given the obvious struggle she went through to get back to a good state), and we estimate her to be around four to five years old.
She will never look clean, or as beautiful as she may have before she was left for dead.
Her saliva is missing a vital enzyme needed for her to properly clean herself. That being said, she IS clean, she just doesn’t look it all the time! Sweet Pea has had many baths during her stay here and enjoys them very much.
This cat enjoys the company of other cats and has lived with our alumni Bear.
We have no doubt this cat could adapt to any household, with or without children, but she should remain an indoor only cat.
With everything this girl has had to go through, we are hoping that she does not have any longer of stay than she has had to have already.

Hi! My name is Tabby

Tabby is a sweet girl that came in as a stray. She seems to be coping with having another cat in her condo, but would prefer to be the only cat in your life. She loves attention and hiding under her blankets. She is around 4-5 years old

Hi! My name is Taz

Taz is a declawed 3 y/o DSH that was surrendered to the shelter because his owner could not longer keep him. He likes to be patted and loved, but does not always like to be picked up. Taz loves to play and has lived with men, women, children, dogs, and other cats. We have noticed however, when he was in a condo he swatted at the other cats. According to his previous owners, Taz sometimes thinks he is a dog and will run to the door to greet people when they come in. He is not a big lap cat, but enjoys laying near or above you on the couch. Taz also loves to play with and hide hair ties.


Hi! My name is Tiffany

Tiffany is a rare and stunning dilute calico girl of about four years old. She did come from a home, but unfortunately we do not have any information about her living situation while she was there–except that it obviously was not the best. Tiffany is a very vocal, sweet girl that adores attention and to talk about her feelings! She is not a fan of being picked up as of right now, but she is happy to come to you or rub between your legs to get your attention. She is getting along really well with the other cats in her condo. As for her ability to live with children or dogs, we are unsure right now, but will be sure to update as we learn more about this precious lady!

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Hi! My name is Tigger

Tigger and her sister, Patches, were left at the front door of the shelter. Tigger is about 6-7 and is a spayed female. She is sweet, but is not happy about her current situation (who can blame her!!!) and needs someone who has time and patience to let her settle in to her new home. She is starting to adjust and is becoming more and more friendly. Tigger is the happiest when she can roam around the shelter and relax.